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Exploring a Mission to Mars
APA member Dorothy Carter is working with NASA to research team dynamics during long-duration space exploration missions.
"Astronauts on a mission to Mars are very likely to run into challenging and unexpected situations," explains Carter. "The people involved—on Earth and in outer space—may have the natural human inclination to turn to similar others, such as teammates. However, in order to save lives of the people on the mission, NASA personnel may need to be prepared to seek help from dissimilar others."Read More
Student Loan Management
IonTuition, a web-based service that helps you manage student loan repayment, is now available at no charge to all APA members as part of your membership.
“As an international psychologist, APA membership keeps me connected to a broader psychological community, and helps me form vital connections to further my career and the practice of psychology abroad.”George Hu / Early Career Psychologist
“APA publications and the annual conference allow me to stay up-to-date with the most current research. It also allows me to expand my interest.”Kathie Nunley / Teacher Affiliate
Plug into topic- and interest-based groups in one of APA's 54 divisions.
Division meetings provide an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues who share your professional interests.
APA’s 54 divisions are interest groups organized by members. Some represent subdisciplines of psychology (e.g., experimental, social or clinical) while others focus on topical areas such as aging, ethnic minorities or trauma.Join a Division
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